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than 100 of the nations's largest businesses, more than 80 civil rights organizations and faith leaders have spoken out in support of enda. there's more, much more and a more important reason to spurt this legislation than popular support. it is the right thing to do. here's what harvey milk, a murdered california politician gay rights activist said. "it takes m no compromise to gie people their rights it takes no political deal to give people freedom. it takes no survey to remove suppression." all americans regardless of what they look like, where they live or who they choose to love deserve to be treated with the same respect and dignity while they are living. an employee should not be judged on matters that are really unimportant, mr. president. we're talking about fairness. employees should be judged on the quality of their work and on their performance, not on their sexual orientation or gender identity. so, mr. president, i urge my colleagues to vote tonight-to-supporting the legislation, the 81% of americans approve. to begin debate on a bill that would affirm the equal rights an
of the civil rights revolution was the stigmatization of invidious racial discrimination. you know, martin luther king, jr. and rosa parks and fannie lou hamer and fred shuttleswor shuttlesworth, you know, the great john lewis, robert moses. i could go on and on and on. one of the great things that they did is make racist, racial distinctions distinct, and nobody wants to be associated with them. now, that's a good thing, and to the extent that that sentiment makes people anxious about affirmative action is an ironic thing. that's a good thing. there is a bad thing, however, and that's something that i write about this in the book the good bit and i think this is often overlooked. a lot of times people don't want to hear it but i think it has to be said. throughout the history of the united states, any policy advancing the fortunes of people of color, particularly black, has triggered resentment and triggered opposition. let me give you a couple examples. i'll give you an example of this. this is, i mean, let me give you an example of this. this is a statement made by a florida slaveholder
the two, for they are interconnected. you've shown that the strength of civil rights underpins strong national security. this balance has been the essence of leon panetta's career. as strong as leon panetta is on security, he's always been just as strong on civil rights and equality. as the director of the u.s. office for civil rights, one of his first jobs in government, he pushed for equal education across the south. as a leading member of congress, chairman of the budget committee, and the white house chief of staff, he worked to advance civil rights everywhere. and as secretary of defense, he oversaw the repeal of don't ask, don't tell, and opened combat positions for women. the balance between security and civil rights sends an important message to the world. and leon panetta has lived that message. at the department of defense, we work to preserve america's individual liberties as well as defend our national freedom. when the supreme court issued its decision on the defense of marriage act this summer, the department of defense immediately began working on providing the same ben
civil rights and he introduced civil rights legislation. i think that speech ennobled his presidency. and his presidency was flawed. the cuban missile crisis, the step up in vietnam. but what he said on civil rights to me was a shining moment. he taught about civil rights is a moral right, as something that's clear is the constitution and the soul of the scriptures. that night, after he gave that speech, his popularity went from 60% to 47% like that. ebbers was murdered that night. john f. kennedy went into the presidency as most presidents do, thinking foreign policy is going to be their biggest issue. with kennedy, it really wasn't. civil rights became an issue that he really hadn't seen and didn't know how to cope with. but i thought the speech he made in june of 63 was phenomenal and based on that, and knowing everything that we know, i would vote for john f. kennedy. >> host: and in your book, "let freedom ring," the president afraid he might well democrats, southern segregationist dragged its feet on proposing comprehensive civil rights legislation. those who wanted him to stan
-year-old boy shot and killed by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy plans to filed a federal civil rights lawsuit. that could happen as early as tomorrow. andy lopez's family has already filed three wrongful death claims. lopez was carrying a replica assault rifle when deputy eric gelhaus shot him last month. >>> a critical vote on tuesday could dramatically alter the look of san fransisco's water front. voters will cast ball oates and ots on tuesday. a poll finds they're losing at the moment. half of voters surveyed says they won't sign off on the project. nearly the same number opposed raising the height limit so the complex can be built. >>> and early voting is underway tonight on kpix 5 at 11. we sort out both sides of the issue and find out what's really at stake. >>> good news and bad news for one upscale bay area shopping center, walnut creek shopping plaza is adding shopping space creating a shoppers's play grouped. but to make it happen, a hundred stores could get the boot. >> reporter: 300,000 square foot will be added. that's good news for shoppers. >> a variety of shops that a
on behalf of the fostering and understanding civil rights and stopping hate crimes in the pink triangle on twin peaks and supervisor cowen has been to three of those events. in summer i have compassion on this building.
and political rights, our property rights, our cultural rights and civil rights as native americans. it's defined by principles of federal indian law and we know very clearly that federal indian law it's been our experience during the modern era of the federal indian law that this legal framework has basically two sides. on one side has very protective features that are protected of native american rights. i think it stems from more rises from the tribal sovereignty, inherent sovereignty doctrine and the related protectorate principles. within these protective features of federal indian law in the last two generations we have literally witnessed the rise of the modern indian nations that we can see now around the country. and within the framework we have also witnessed a very cultural renaissance as we look around the country. but on the other side of the federal indian law, we have a dark side of the federal indian law that was implanted by the supreme court in the 19th century that has a very distinct antiindigenous function. this arises from a number of nefarious legal doctrines, num
, or that there is an entrenched disbelief in doing this kind of civil rights action? >> the country is moving. and so are my colleagues toward this kind of belief that discrimination has no place in american society based on sexual orientati orientation, that anybody discriminating against any member of the lgbt community is acting wrongly morally, and ought to be banned from doing it legally. and i have been involved in this kind of enforcement action as a state attorney general, clearly there are measures that express the moral conscience of the nation. i think that's what's reflected in my colleagues, being more willing, on both sides of the aisle, to revisit and reconsider and move in this direction. >> all right. senator richard blumenthal, we will be watching for that vote and thank you for being here. >> thank you. >>> still ahead, the latest on friday's shooting at l.a.x. more guns. is that really the solution? road closed? there's a guy... excuse me? glacier point? follow me! ♪ follow me! keep up, keep up, keep up. ♪ look he's right there! follow me! [ male announcer ] the nissan pathfinder. wo
the deputy soon. >> lopez are family plans to file a federal civil rights lawsuit against sonoma county and deputy sheriff tomorrow. attorneys claim the shooting violated lopez's constitutional rights under the fourth amendment, which places limits on the authority of police. the family's suit will accuse the sonoma county sheriff's office of having improper policies when it comes to using deadly force. >> new details on a house fire in oakland. this photo gives us a sense of the fire's intensity. it started this abandoned house around 6:30 this morning. the flam flames damaged a neighboring home. the family inside was able to get out safely. fire officials say the building has been empty since another fire there three or four years ago. >>> a murder today in san jose has the city on pace to reach last year's homicide rate, the high is since 1991. a man was shot and killed this morning. the victim was taken to the hospital by family members but did not survive. police made an arrest in the case. they're not release names or motive but say the suspect and victim knew each other. this mar
a federal civil rights lawsuit against the county and the deputy. three wrongful death lawsuits have been filed. >>> it is now up to the b.a.r.t board of directors to vote on the deal. not even is happy. not from the union but a member of the board. it including a pay raise over four years, workers have to pay into their pensions and monthly health contpwaougzs goes up, one person thinks b.a.r.t caved in. >> we -- contributions goes up, one person thinks b.a.r.t caved in. >> we did not do the public justice. we were not really willing to accept it. we sweetened the deal once the strike happened. >> he does not know what the other board members do but he plans to vote no. the meeting to vote on the contract should happen this week. >>> it could be slow going on 101 in the north bay as a new casino opens on tuesday. along with a taste of vegas, the casino and resort is expected to bring a lot of traffic through the park. there are more than 3,000 slot and poker machines and 5700 parking spaces. the chp says the first few days could be gridlock. 10,000 more vehicles are expected on the roads
fear and that aspiration at war with itself. and i was involved in the civil rights movement and the antiwar movement and the vietnam war, and the movement to get redress for the unconstitutional incarceration of japanese americans - all these other social and political issues, but i was silent on that. >> and then governor swarsen ager in california forced you to speak up. >> that's correct. at that time massachusetts had marriage equality through the judicial route. in california a precedent-setting thing happened. both house, the senate and the assembly passed the marriage equality bill, and all that was needed was the governor's siing, governor arnold swarzenegger who campaigned by being a friend of the glp community. he made statements like, "i worked with gays and les by -- less bians, some of my best friendsar gays and les bians", >> but he didn't sign it. >> he's a republican and has a conservative base. playing to that, he vetoed it. i was enraged. i was, together with brad at that time... >> brad is your partner. >> brad is your partner. >> yes. >> and you are marri
. >>> a federal civil rights lawsuit is expected to be filed tomorrow against sonoma county and sheriff deputy who shot and killed a 13-year-old boy. the family of lopez filed three wrongful death claims in the case. the deputy shot and killed lopez last month. the boy was carrying a replica assault rifle and plastic hand gun at the time. >>> all right, good news, bad news for an up scale bay area shopping center. the plaza is add 300,000 square foot of retail space. creating a shopper's playground. to make it happen, 100 stores could get the boot. >> reporter: it is sunday and people in walnut creek are shopping. taking little notice of the public hearing signs tied to the lamppost, that refer to a master plan that will see 300,000 square feet add to the bustling shopping area. that is good news for shoppers, this family comes here from danville. >> the variety of shops that are offered, the outdoor feel. >> neiman marcus, nordstrom, macy's, all of the above. >> reporter: it calls for big changes. beginning with new construction where 100 shops stand. the shops have to vacate by early next year
carrying a toy gun that looked like an assault rifle. the civil rights lawsuit claims the sheriffs department encourages the use of deadly force even when there is no threat to public safety. the sheriffs office says this investigation is still in the early stages and calls the lawsuit premature. >>> a special city council session is being held tonight in clover dale. city leaders plan to discuss the crosswalk where two boys were hit on halloween night and a woman was hit and killed back in july. the boys as ages 12 and 13 were hit by a pickup truck. they suffered broken bones and a concussion but are recovering. the driver told police he did not see them in the street. police who live in the area says the intersection is too dark. >>> new information on the desperate search for a missing man in san francisco. police now hope a surveillance photo from mcdonalds restaurant could provide an important lead in this mysterious case. it was taken an halloween. investigators say it shows a man using a credit card belonging to 23-year-old palo neto. several days earlier his mother and sist
and understanding civil rights and stopping hate crimes in the pink triangle on twin peaks and supervisor cowen has been to three of those events. in summer i have compassion on this building. i even designed this room including the heighten door each of you passed through and as well as all our offices and the reworking of the mayor's office and on the fourth floor. i feel my education and preservation experience and background related to city hall's restoration give me expertise and thank you firing consideration >> any questions? >> i can't think of a question but thank you for your service. >> any public comment on this item? >> good afternoon, supervisors happy halloween to supervisor breed, yee and cowen. i'm here as the chair of the city hall preservation advisory commission. patrick and i have known each other for a very, very long period of time. the recession of this building special tours involving international architects who have come to view this building and he is absolutely incredible. he posed a passion a passion which can't be super composed it has to come within. patrick is c
protest today, that is in san francisco. an attorney for the lopez family will file a civil rights lawsuit against erick gelhaus and sonoma county for the killing claiming he shot lopez without reasonable cause. the protesters have yet to arrive. they are peaceful group with a police escort, very nice people and have not protested before. this is a different group. they want to keep the case alive and in the news. >> thank you. a new york university student is recovering this morning after being stuck in a 2' gap between an nyu dorm and a garage. the rescue workers had to breakthrough a concrete wall to rescue the 19-year-old student yesterday. he was stuck in the small space no two days. it took an thundershower -- an hour to pull him out. his friends reported him missing on saturday. >> he would probably be dead without his friends reporting him missing. >> he looks to be in good health. >> it is not clear how the young man was stuck but investigators thing he may have fallen through a 5th floor when. >> new this morning, health care giant johnson&johnson have agreed to pay $2.2 billion
loomed large in my thinking about san francisco history and the civil rights. i'm excited about this up to this point. one of my family ties goes back to my grandmother with the golden gate bridge. i travel a lot for work i'm an engineer so i'm in and out of the san francisco airport and in those other airports that are named after historical figures. i followed supervisor campos original legislation with a bit of excitement and i'm glad we have the opportunity to name other features of the terminals after harvey milk's. on a personal note a friend i met in japan was excited that he wrote me a letter he lives in a closet. and doesn't realize the opportunity we have to be out in the world and our leadership here. so people like him internationally it's something that resonates. in terms of the legislation i'm excited there's an opportunity we have so many opportunities like for chinese and latinos and other groups there's multiple features at the airport we can reach out to all groups not only in organizing but hopefully recognize heroes that inspire them today and all the features that
the legal limit when the struck and killed them. >>> they filed a federal civil rights lawsuit over the fatal shooting of their son, andy lopez was killed by a deputy nearly two weeks ago. he was carrying a replica assault rifle at the time. the family has already filed three wrongful death claims in that case. >>> this season's crab season looks promising there. sport fisherman able to start crabbing over the weekend but the commercial season doesn't start until november the 15th, this time for the first time in california they limit the number of traps they can have. >> voters will get to weigh in on a battle over the san francisco water front, developers want to build a development there in what is now a parking lot but first voters have to approve prop b and c, our exclusively kpix 5 poll finds it failing at the moment, a major are against those and it is the same for prop c, no leads on whether the building height should be raised. >>> on the cost of living crisis the developers agreed to contribute 11 million dollars to affordable housing but they claim it will block access to
, the family filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the deputy who opened fire on that teenager as he was holding a replica assault rifle. nearly two weeks after andy lopez was shot and killed by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy, a federal lawsuit claims his death was unconstitutional. lopez was carrying a replica of a gun that turned out to be a bb gun. gelhaus shot lopez seven times. the lawsuit claims he was walking with the toy gun and had his back to the deputy who ordered him to drop the weapon. the lawsuit suggests improper training by the department. it reads, "the sheriff's department encourages deputies to prematurely shoot suspects who pose no threat." todayant activist working with the lopez family talked about this. >> the family filed the suit because they feel their son was murdered by sheriff gelhaus. and that, you know, as it will be stated in the documents, it's a wrongful death. >> reporter: this is an unlimited civil claim seeking unspecified damages. the suit comes as the criminal investigation continues. the santa rosa police department is heading up that inquiry
. the reason i'm working on immigration reform. i used to be a civil rights attorney and helped folks to 0 reunite with their families. but at the time the direction connect to the history of the city being a city of immigrants 35 percent of all the small businesses in san francisco was owned by an immigrant. our whole history this city's been built on good immigrants who found ideas and employed others. and today that story has not changed. i think that the businesses in succeed if we have good sound business policies but we make sure there's comprehensive immigration reform. because we've he learned over the years is that there are millions of people in the state of california and undocumented folks in san francisco that are not part of our official economy that are hiding. because of fear that will not participate in health prevention because of fear. because of that we have to have an immigration policy it is forward-looking and make sure there's a path to censorship[p. we're in a worldwide talent war. are we going to lose to other great cities or are we going to make sure we're gettin
-old andy lopez is filing a civil rights lawsuit in his shooting death by snow may county sheriff deputy filing the suit in san francisco today. andy was shot october 22 wild holding a -- while holding a toy gun that looked like an ak-47. the deputy appeared to be agitated when an man was stopped for making an unsafe lane change and the officer asked him to turn off the vehicle. at that point i put my hand out and i said, sir, the vehicle is off and he again screamed the same thing. >> erick gelhaus' attorney said he would only draw the gun if he saw a need. >> union police have a sear flash -- serial flasher in custody. this photo is the 20-year-old flasher facing 11 couples of exposure following a ten month investigation that started in november of last year. he spent months exposing himself at two parks in union city. police are asking anyone with information of the incidents to come forward. >> the oakland a's could make themselves feel at home at san francisco's at&t park as they try to hammer out a new lease at the existing home. multiple media reports say the a's won a two year le
, that they are unaware of. the family of 13-year-old andy lopez will face a civil rights lawsuit against sonoma county tomorrow. lopez is the 13-year-old shot and killed by a deputy, spotted him carrying what looked like an assault rifle. the family claims, deputy eric gillhouse shot lopez without cause. the department didn't properly train deputies in such situations. the county is not commenting. >>> a robbery suspect will be arraigned after an officer- involved shooting. and ronald was charged with attempted robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. nev aros set up craig's list fans. last week, they were shot by police before being arrested. connecticut judge scheduled a hearing on arguments, whether he has authority to release michael skakel. cousin of the kennedys from prison. skakel is awaiting a new trial in the 1925 slaying of neighbor. judge says skakel was not adequately represented in 2002, when he was found guilty of killing skakel with a golf club. >>> they are rejected nsa leaker, snowden of clemency. no officers or offers are being discussed. snowden should return to the u.s. and face c
civil rights suit claims the sheriff's department encourages the use of deadly force even when there's no threat to public safety. sonoma county says the investigation is still active and calls a lawsuit premature. >>> friends and family packed an auditorium in sparks nevada today to remember a teacher shot and killed on the campus of a middle school last month. investigators say michael lansbery died when he tried to intervene in a school shooting. the 23-year-old lansbary was a former marine. students said lansbery made learning fun. told jokes during class and was always there for student who is may be going through a rough patch. >>> officials say they are making gains and curving gang violence. the department budgeted just over $1 million for gang suppression this fiscal year. that included putting more officers on the streets. san jose police say there were eight gang related homicides. that is six fewer than the 14 killed during this same time period last year. over all police say there have been 193 gang related crimes through september. that's compared to 228 last year. >>>
. they found nothing dangerous. >>> a federal civil rights lawsuit is expected ting filed today against sonoma county and the sheriff's anti-doping who shot and killed a 13-year-old boy. the family of andy lopez has filed three wrongful death claims in the case. the deputy shot and killed lopez last month. >>> plans for an upscale shopping center expansion go to the walnut creek city council next month. it is adding up to 300,000 square feet of retail space. as don knapp reports, to make it all happen 100 stores could get the boot. >> reporter: it's sunday and people in walnut creek are shopping, taking little notice of the public hearing signs tied to lamp posts. the signs refer to design divisions and a master plan that would add 300,000 square feet to the already bustling shopping area. >> the variety of shops that are offered, the outdoor feel. >> niemann mark us. >> nordstrom, macy's. all of the above. >> reporter: but the plans for the successful broadway plaza call for big changes beginning with new construction where about 100 shops now stands. the shops have to vacate by early next ye
were going to bring property values down. i worked in the south for civil rights, you name the minority now, medical cannabis patients i've represented them. it always makes me startled when i hear the buzz words that are used to discriminate against a minority group such as medical cannabis patients. the last speaker talked about a healthy mix of businesses. you know, economists talk about a clustering /e effect as an efficient way to increase business. why are there four gas stations around a corner. turns out that's an economic effect because it brings more vitality service and competition. so all of the arguments about a healthy mix -- just sophisticated buzz words that seems to me to undermind the basic principal we're bound to protect here in san francisco which is that if we're /tpwoeupbg to discriminate against people or businesses we have to have a good reason. we can't throw out buzz words, we need statistics.
about filing a civil rights lawsuit against the deputy and the county, claiming that shooting was simply unconstitutional. the lawsuit alleges the deputy shot andy lopez without reasonable cause and that is what violates the boy's fourth amendment. almost two weeks ago the deputy mistook that boy's replica rifle for a real life ak-47 and then shot him a total of seven times. the deputy claims the boy started to point that replica directly at him and the deputy says he feared for his life. >>> in the south bay this morning, a suspect is in custody in connection to a deadly shooting in downtown san jose. this happened early yesterday morning on morrison avenue. police say a man in his 30s was shot at least once. family members drove him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. in less than an hour, police say the suspect, who apparently knew his victim, was in custody. >> maybe 4:30, 5:00 in the morning some shots were fired down here at the end of the block. maybe four or five. >> the shooting marks the city's 39th homicide this year. that's five more than san jose had at the same ti
, including civil rights activist, anti-vietnam war activist, and so on. so he has -- he was actually in office and worked on the fort intelligence surveillance act, which was the reform imposed in 1978 by congress on nsa. so he sort of has been down this road before. his advice to the nsa, as you mentioned, was to sort of did everything out there, stop the drip, drip, drip of revelations since there are still thousands and thousands of documents that have not been discussed by the media. he said sort of get it out there and try to get this behind you, go ahead and have the debate and decide on what happens from there. whether nsa will take that advice is unclear. it is true the director of national intelligence office has been putting up documents online in recent weeks that it never would've considered putting up before this -- the snowden revelations. on the wikileaks tweet, i'm not understood anders glad -- i'm not sure i understood the point. i think one of the impacts of the snowden links, the documents -- released to laura potras laura poitras and glenn greenwald, how slowly th
-old was shot and killed while carrying a toy gun that looked like an assault rifle. the civil rights lawsuit claims the sheriff's department encourages the use of deadly force even when there's no threat to public safety. now, the sheriff's department says this investigation is still in the early stages and says the lawsuit is premature. >>> the city of sunnyvale may be getting tougher gun control laws if voters pass a new measure tomorrow. it's a controversial issue. janine de la vega is in sunnyvale to tell us more about what's going on out there. what people are saying. >> reporter: dave, whenever the issue of gun control comes up, people have passionate opinions. one man says he thinks more regulates -- regular lates are needed -- regulations are needed. this measure would require anyone whose gun is lost or stolen to inform police within 48 hours. and it requires those who sell ammunition to log and track sales. a local gun store is against the measure. opponents say it will not stop shootings. instead, it will generate lawsuits against the city. we found residents who plan to vote tomo
of robert f. kennedy. he became attorney general at at ar time of rapid progress in the area of civil rights, progress that thrilled many americans. kennedy knew, however, that america should be on the side of progress. he traveled to georgia at that f time unfriendly territory for a civil rights reformer, to makehs his first formal speech at the university of georgia law school and he did not shy away from the kennedy administration's commitment to equal opportunityf for on this generation of americans, he explained, so rea burdened, proving to the world that we really mean it when ween say that all men are created free hand equal before the law.h he backed up his words with action. not only by vigorously enforcing the laws and court orders that advanced the cause of civily rights, but by holding the kennedy administration itself accountable, demanding that the justice department and other government entities prioritized diversity in the workplace. a of course, as much progress as that generation made in filling the promises of the fairness and ua equality, and there was plenty left to do f
. attorneys for the family claim he violated loy pes' civil -- lopez's civil rights. he was holding a rifle when gelhouse confronted him. police at cal want to stop a string of robberies on campus. three students say they have been attacked on wednesday. thieves appear to be taking smart phones from the victims. >>> new at 11:00, tonight we are hearing from a passenger on board a jetblue flight from long beach to sfo. the flight was met at the gate by police because of a passenger making threats. a passenger on flight 1136 shared cell phone video he took of police boarding a plane and detaining the man. patrick alexzander felt more could be done to deal with the passenger especially following the shooting at l.a.x. >> i thought that security would be at its highest. i felt in a situation like that one when they say the plane will go down, the plane would be destroyed. immediate action would be taken to get that plane back to the gate and have that man removed and have that man placed under arrest. >> jetblue responded to the claims claims saying they were notified after takeoff. the airline
loy pes' civil -- lopez's civil rights. he was holding a rifle when gelhouse confronted him. police at cal want to stop a string of robberies on campus. three students say they have been attacked on wednesday. thieves appear to be taking smart phones from the victims. >>> new at 11:00, tonight we are hearing from a passenger on board a jetblue flight from long beach to sfo. the flight was met at the gate by police because of a passenger making threats. a passenger on flight 1136 shared cell phone video he took of police boarding a plane and detaining the man. patrick alexzander felt more could be done to deal with the passenger especially following the shooting at l.a.x. >> i thought that security would be at its highest. i felt in a situation like that one when they say the plane will go down, the plane would be destroyed. immediate action would be taken to get that plane back to the gate and have that man removed and have that man placed under arrest. >> jetblue responded to the claims claims saying they were notified after takeoff. the airline explained it would be better to have
. 13-year-old andy lopez was killed while carrying a toy gun. the civil rights lawsuit claims the sheriffs department encourages the use of deadly force even when there is no threat to public safety. the sheriffs office says in response this investigation is still in its early stages and calls the lawsuit premature. >>> there are new developments in the fight to stop one of the biggest evictions in san francisco history. the examiner reports the city has suspended a permit for renovations to an apartment building on market street. the building was being converted into office space after the city says it was not zoned for residential use. dozens of people who live in the building still face eviction despite the suspension of the permit. >>> time is 6:07. there may soon be one ballpark for the bay area's two big league baseball teams. ktvu alex savidge is joining us live from at & t park to tell us why the oakland a's may be moving across the bay. >> reporter: a's fans i'm talking to them this morning. they hope its not true. they don't want to watch their team playing across th
lopez will file a civil rights lawsuit in his death. he was shot and killed by sonoma county sheriff deputy wild holing a -- while holding a toy >> police are stepping up a patrol after a spike in robberies targeting students with stock market phone. there have been three incidents on cal campus since wednesday and a dozen in the last month. >> the oakland a's could be moving to...san francisco. major league baseball is pitching the idea they play at at&t park if they are unable to secure a new lease at the coliseum. it would be temporary, but amy hollyfield will have more at 5:30. >> six, you can see how clear as we hook from the east bay hills with the breezes up in the hills but not in the valleys. we have the winds of change bringing warmer weather into the seven-day forecast. >> we have a car fire burning along westbound 80 and we have debris in lanes but looking behind me, this is an indication of what we have across the bay area with clear conditions on the bay bridge toll plaza. >> india is trying to become only the 4th country to reach mars. tomorrow they plan to launch a sp
while carrying a toy gun that looked like an assault rifle. the civil rights lawsuit claims the sheriffs department encourages the use of deadly force even when there is no threat to public safety. the sheriffs office says the investigation is still too early and calls the lawsuit premature. >>> new information about the man accused in that deadly lax shooting friday morning. the roommates of paul ciancia says he sent a texas to his family that -- a sent a text to his family that he was going to commit suicide. his family went to check on him but they were too late. right now ciancia is surrounded by armed guards and heavily sedated in the hospital after being shot four times by police. the tsa is telling us new information about how many guns are brought into airports just one week before that deadly shooting president guns were -- 39 guns were seized at airport check points. of those guns 32 were loaded. besides the guns the tsa has intercepted knives, stun guns, and grenades from being taken on to planes. >> i certainly hope it wasn't anything with malicious intent. it was just a mist
. haves the whole reason we civil rights laws. i suppose we could go back to the days when employers could say i am not going to hire any jewish people or restaurants could say we are not owing to serve blacks in here. that's what our modern several rights laws are based on and i don't think it is asking too includedpeople to be on that based on their sexual orientation. host: we will go to john from polaski, virginia, on our line for independents. caller: good morning and thank you for having me on. i think it is a terrible thing that there is such a discrimination in the world today. i think everybody should sit back and relax and look at the fact that we are all part of the same race, the human race, and we all have to work together. otherwise, we are pretty much doomed. a little bit more from that "wall street journal" story, talking about the politics of this and how it might split some in the republican party. that's today's "wall street journal." we will look at more of that and the editorials on both sides of this issue. first, let's point out a column that was posted last night on
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his journey from childhood to civil rights icon. abc's lana zak reports from johannesburg. >> i am not ill. i'm just old. so he's fine. he's out of hospital. he's back at home. >> reporter: a long-time friend and political ally of nelson mandela grinned as he told reporters the a 95-year-old anti-apartheid leader was just old. he spent 15 years with mandela imprisoned on robin island. >> never touch a woman or child again. pity they didn't hang you. i'm going to make sure you wish they had. >> reporter: mandela's struggle against apartheid is the subject of a new movie, "mandela: long walk to freedom," which hits u.s. theaters thanksgiving weekend. >> i have beautiful children, beautiful wife. i want them to walk free in their own land. >> the movie was powerful for mandela's daughter. [ inaudible ] >> that part of my father's legacy and persona overlooked. >> i wonder if you can tell us about a particular scene that brought you closer to your father? >> we had those moments where -- no hope of anyone coming to rescue. >> freedom, it is an ideal for which i'm prepared to die. >> zi
people and take their constitutional rights and their civil rights for eternity for a mistake they made at some point in their life. a 21-year-old united states marine, a sniper in the marine corps sells a pair of night vision goggles on ebay and gets 3 years in prison but for the rest of his life he is a convicted felon and can't do anything else. publicly, for the country, it's just horrible. >> bernard kerik, former new york city police commissioner. good to have you here. >> thank you. >>> thank you. coming up, two families share a touching experience with open adoption. but first, saturday night live pokes fun at itself and the issue of diversity. that's right after this. [ man ] welcome to the camry thrill ride! [ tires screech ] [ laughter ] [ screaming ] [ tires screech ] [ laughter ] [ tires screech ] are you serious?! [ horn honks ] whoo hoo hoo! i had no idea we were capable of doing something like that. made me look at camry different. i'm shaking right now! [ man ] toyota camry. let's go places. she can't control herself around chocolate. she'll devour you. really? yeah, uh
behind almost all civil rights measures that have been passed into law in the last many years. that opposition was wrong then. it is wrong now. we will continue to fight for this legislation to move through. i fully understand that it may be taken are excepted as a fait because the speaker said it cannot move through the house, but i would point you to instances where that has not proven to be be case, as most recently as the reauthorization of the violence against women ,ct, which we saw happen fortunately, earlier this year. i think that the support for this is overwhelming. it is overwhelming across the country. and in states that you might not expect it to be very popular, it is very strongly supported. we need to continue the pressure -- to pressure congress to get this done. because it is the right thing to do. does he feel like congress will take this action or does he feel like executive power will bring about the progress? >> what we have said about this is two things, one, the preferable and better path would be through congress, because that would be inclusive. an e
safety, civil rights are at stake and that it's time to end the city's more aggressive policing strategies like stop and frisk. >> we can be safer, in fact, if we take the foundation, the core of what we have, and build upon it a better working relationship between police and community. >> reporter: his opponent is backed by his former tough on crime boss, rudy giuliani, who along with michael bloomberg are the mayors credited with reducing crime, cleaning up the city and making new york a good place to live. yet he remains nearly 40 points behind de blasio, a dyed in the wool progressive positioning hmself as the anti-bloomberg. >> after 12 years of mayor bloomberg, it's time for a real change in this town. >> reporter: de blasio has promised to close the money gap between new york city's rich and new york city's poor. >> it's resonating in particular with minority and low income voters. >> reporter: loda, who served as the city's budget director under giuliani and who most recently ran the city's entire transportation system, says de blasio's desire to raise taxes on wealthier
the political article that claims that moderate house republicans have had it with the extreme right wing reporting that peter king says the congressional republicans need to specifically target the freshmen senator. is there really a civil war going on inside, trying to figure out who can emerge as a leader and a leader that can get people to fall in line? >> well, i'll give one defense of ted cruz with his actions with the filibuster and that's this. without strong leadership, there's a void and it allows someone like ted cruz to move forward and take that mantle. >> it wasn't a filibuster, it was a faux filibuster. everybody knew which way the wind was blowing before he started because he agreed to not have -- to not let it go that far with harry reid prior to that epic, you know, how many hours that faux thing was. >> ted cruz admitted that himself. we all knew that going in. but the fact remains he still tried to do the tactic, i don't know what it was for, we can debate that all day long. >> national press. >> i'm sorry? >> it was for national press. >> it was to fund raise. >> ther
achitan. >> all right, thanks ali. >>> health care manufacturer johnson and johnson will pay more than $2 billion to settle civil and contractual allegations. al jazeera's shihab rattanzi with more. >> this is one of the several other agreements, johnson and johnson agreed they admitted they bribed pharmacies and hospitals, lack of scientific evidence showing any health benefits for patients. it's the third largest settlement with the u.s. government involving a u.s. drug maker. >> these companies lined their pockets at the expense of american taxpayers patients and private insurance industry. >> last year glaxo smithkline agreed they failed to report safety data about a diabetes drug. however according to the economist magazine that represented less than 11% of glaxo's revenue and with the johnson and johnson settlement that left no individuals accountable. that left unsaid whether these companies consider this a cost of doing business. >> systematic in many cases directfrom management and then you look at the fine that was paid, $2.2 billion, that represents less than one half of what t
away from civil liberties in the first place and particular after 9-11. stability. these are two people who want to form a life-long partnership with all of the rights to which they are entitled equal rights, not special rights. they want to be stable members of their communities. who were the republicans to oppose that? i think there is a real division here between looking at individuals and legalizing their personhood in a way that republicans are just people, americans generally have not, 20, 30 years ago. >> if the party shifts on gay marriage -- >> uh-huh. >> what does that mean for the picture? >> well, i think probably what it means when you are looking at the direction that polling has been moving here and the way that americans at studs have shafted this, hopefully what will this will means is thparty that is in consistent step with where the american electorate is. i think the argument that many people who are supporters of the freedom to marry make is that in addition to that being the principled correct stanchion and the right one as a policy matter, it is politically useful
like after the civil war in boston. >> is that right? >> yep. easy to maintain 'cause they have a nice short coat. will need a coat in the winter because it has no hair. >> has an accent. >> this a necessary item here, the coat. >> adorable. >> they're gentle and sweet and they're not big barkers like a lot of toy breeds will bark. >> finally, let's talk about the dog on the ends. god gave him short legs. >> short legs is the heavy sturdy breed, about 60 pounds. a bassette hound. nice long ears to pick up scent. originally used to trail behind game. and they're very sweet and loving. they require just a little bit of walking. >> what kind of family wants a dog like this? >> a family that necessarily doesn't want to run a lot with their dog, happy to take it for a few weeks. likes to cuddle. you can research all -- we have over 170 different breeds. so there is definitely one for every lifestyle. >> this is such a great matching. >> are they very expensive? >> a good breeder will charge a reputable price, between 800 to $1,000 you can expect for a good quality, healthy, well-bred dog. >
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